One of the most successful female musicians in Ghana's Entertainment Industry Wendy Shay might be the reason for the increment in the prices of gob3 and plantain.
The popular Ghanaian musician made a reference to gob3 in her new song dubbed Heat and was recently spotted at a gob3 joint busily abusing a bowl of gob3 and plantain.
Evaluating the influence of the musician and the patronage she's giving to one of the cheapest and yet delicious delicacies (gob3) we have as a country is going to influence an increment in the prices of the commodities used to prepare the meal according to a blogger called Jonilar.
The influence of the musician can cause an increment of prices in our cherished lifesaver gob3 because her patronage is likely to cause more demand for the food. More demand creates value and value creates expensive and we know it, our favorite gob3 would become food for the rich.
We are not crucifying Wendy we think her patronage of made-in Ghana delicacy is in the right direction however we couldn't help but acknowledge the downside too.
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